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the could establish policyaround the rld of ptting together lationships. africa and tin america, where they could get oi and so forth. so this s one of the fst moments where we have een the president dealing withrising pors. and what was ascinatingabout it was the ritique of hisvisit that yo read every-pla was that he s, if anything, too deverings. that cliyou plyed at the - deferential. that clip you plyed was him saying we'r not out to contain the chise. there's no way we cold contain the chinese, buthearing the esident say it rankledsome. he didn'ttalk much about human rit. think the biggest comlaint u heard about is these summits re pretty well rigge wee all been to them and y usually announ some kind of agreements, ev if there's not much to the this case they didn't announce muc, and on big ssues like iran, currcy, he did't get much fm the chinese. the big fact -- the bi elephant in the room, itseems to me, on th trip to china is that they're now o of our biggest lender, maybe or biggest lender. did that afft what the president -- how hrd he could be on humarights? did that affect
a policy around the world of putting together relationships. africa and latin america, where they could get oil and so forth. so this was one of the first moments where we have seen the president dealing with rising powers. and what was fascinating about it was the critique of his visit that you read every-place was that he was, if anything, too deverings. that clip you played at the -- deferential. that clip you played was him saying we're not out to contain the chinese. there's no way we could contain the chinese, but hearing the president say it rankled some. he didn't talk much about human right. i think the biggest complaint you heard about is these summits are pretty well rigged. we've all been to them and you usually announce some kind of agreements, even if there's not much to them. in this case they didn't announce much, and on big issues like iran, currency, he didn't get much from the chinese. >> the big fact -- the big elephant in the room, it seems to me, on the trip to china is that they're now one of our biggest lender, maybe our biggest lender. did that affect what the presi
round the wod of putting together retionships. africa and lan america,where they could get oiland so forth. so this waone of the fir moments where we have sen the president dealing with ising powers. d what was fscinating about it was the critique of his isit that youead every-place was that he waifanything, too deverin. that clip u plaed at the -- deferential. that clip you plaed was him saying we'renot out tocontain the chine. ere's no wy we coud contain the chinese, but hearing the prident say it rankled ome. he didn't alk much abo human righ ithink the iggest compint yoheard about is hese sumits a pretty well rigged. we'vall been to them and you usually announceome kind of agreements, evenif there's not much to them. inhis case they did't announce much and on big issues like iran, curreny, he didn get much frothe chinese. >>he big fact-- the big eleant in the room, it ems to me, on the trip to chna is at they're now one of our biggest lender,maybe ou biggest leder. did that affecwhat the president -- how had he could be on human ghts? did that affect every other piece of the picr
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